Endolift is a laser-based cosmetic treatment that tightens and remodels the outer and deeper layers of the skin, while also removing excess fat deposits. It is a minimally invasive treatment that is performed using a single-use laser optical fibre that is as thin as a human hair (200-300 microns).
This advanced technology by eufoton works by stimulating the production of collagen on a targeted area of the face and body. In this article, we’ll break down the average cost of an endolift treatment in the UK.
How Much Does Endolift Cost?
The exact cost of an endolift treatment will depend on the size of the area being treated, which will be determined during a consultation with your surgeon. In general, the surgeons we work with charge from £2,200 for one area, and £1,100 for each additional area.
How Many Treatments Are Needed?
One endolift treatment is sufficient for achieving significant results. However, this varies depending on your individual needs and your surgeon may recommend a repeat treatment in the duration of a year in order to achieve optimal results.
Furthermore, since the results of the cosmetic treatment are expected to last between 2-3 years, patients will need to repeat the treatment in order to maintain results. An endolift treatment can be repeated after one year.
What’s Included in the Price?
The prices that our selected doctors charge are inclusive of the local anaesthetic, one follow up visit, and all other administrative costs. You will be informed of any additional costs when booking through your chosen clinic.
Does Insurance Cover Endolift?
Endolift is usually performed for cosmetic reasons, and therefore won’t be covered by your insurance provider. Patients usually choose to have an endolift procedure to rejuvenate their skin and improve signs of ageing such as skin laxity.
Is Endolift Worth it?
Endolift is an advanced technology that significantly improves the tone and texture of the skin. Most patients consider endolift to be a worthwhile treatment for several reasons:
- It is a minimally invasive cosmetic procedure that can remodel both the superficial and deeper layers of the skin.
- It is a generally painless cosmetic procedure that does not usually require an anaesthetic
- It has a minimal downtime, with most patient returning to their normal daily routine within a few hours after the cosmetic procedure
- It delivers long term results that last between 2-3 years.